A Decade of Zoom

MAiKA will perform at this year’s Zoom Festival’s music programme

The tenth edition of Zoom performing arts festival 2019 will last for the whole week, from 23rd to 29th October at various locations in Rijeka, presenting international performing art collectives and artists from Croatia and Central and South East Europe.
 
→  the tickets for all theatre shows and Zoom Festival BIS concert can be purchased at mojekarte.hr website or at the place of performance one hour before the show. Admission price is 30 HRK.

→  Admission to Under the Carpet installation and the talk with Igor Bezinović and Ivan Cerovac is free.
 
→ Participation in the three-day workshop Giving and receiving artistic feedback by dramaturge and artist Bush Hartshorn is free. Registration is required, sign up by sending an e-mail to info@drugo-more.hr (the number of participants is limited). The participants will receive a festival ticket which gives them an opportunity to see all shows for free. Find out more about the workshop here.

 

The tenth edition of Zoom Performing Arts Festival takes place in a time that is marked by serious social problems on a global scale. Extreme differences in wealth and access to civilizational heritage, global warming, wars and tensions over natural resources – that’s the image of our age.

The answers to these problems seem to be impossible, not because they cannot be solved, but because they require a radical change in the behavior of us all. That is the reason why we push problems under the carpet, deny their existence, or blame others for them. In addition to rational analysis and presentation of scientific facts, the part of today’s media landscape and educational and cultural system is made up of fake news for which no one is responsible, as well as of witchcraft and long-rejected beliefs. Trust in institutions, science, art and politics seems to have disappeared. Distrust led to values being judged based on impression. We don’t know the facts, we don’t know the people, but we have an opinion. This chaos, based on illusions, semi-information and rapidly changing images that we cannot interpret, is seeking some kind of order.

Order is offered in the solid structure of authoritarian regimes, in rigid beliefs, in something that seemingly slows down someone’s movement, that offers solid and entrenched backbones. But how strong can be the backbone which is based on neglecting and contesting the world around us, on the sacrifice of our and others’ humanity, all in the name of illusion?

The torrent will carry us away, regardless of whether we surrender to it completely or try to dig ourselves in. The only solution is to learn how to sail. This festival won’t teach us that, it will more likely reveal to us that nothing is impossible, not even the solutions to the problems that plague us. 

 

See below for a detailed schedule of the entire program. To find out more about the content, authors and performers, click on a “MORE” button or scroll further down.

 

SCHEDULE

 

 
Wednesday, 23/ 10/ 2019
 

God’s Entertainment: “Under The Carpet” (AT)

18:00, performance @ Kont (Titov Trg)
19:00, installation opening @ Filodrammatica Gallery (Korzo 28/1)
free admission / on view until  29th October

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Thursday, 24/ 10/ 2019

 

God’s Entertainment: “Under The Carpet” (AT)

19:00, installation @ Filodrammatica Gallery (Korzo 28/1)
free admission / on view until 29th October

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Ligna: “Rapture and Rage” (DE/BG)

18:30, theatre performance @ Hrvatski kulturni dom na Sušaku (Strossmayerova 1) and external locations
▪ admission fee: 30 HRK
▪ duration: 80 min
▪ the performance is in English

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Studies in the authoritarian character

20:00, talk about Ligna’s play “Rapture and Rage” with Igor Bezinović and Ivan Cerovac @ Hrvatski kulturni dom na Sušaku (Strossmayerova 1)
free admission
▪ the talk is in English


 

 
Friday, 25/ 10/ 2019

 

God’s Entertainment: “Under The Carpet” (AT)

19:00, installation @ Filodrammatica Gallery (Korzo 28/1)
free admission / on view until 29th October

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Ligna: “Rapture and Rage” (DE/BG)

18:30, theatre performance @ Hrvatski kulturni dom na Sušaku (Strossmayerova 1) and external locations
▪ admission fee: 30 HRK
▪ duration: 80 min
▪ the performance is in English

MORE BUY THE TICKET

 
BADco.: “Impossible Dances” (HR)

21:00, theatre performance @ Filodrammatica (large hall, Korzo 28/1)
▪ admission fee: 30 HRK
▪ duration: 50 min
▪ the performance is in English

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Saturday, 26. 10. 2019.

 

God’s Entertainment: “Under The Carpet” (AT)

19:00, installation @ Filodrammatica Gallery (Korzo 28/1)
free admission / on view until 29th October

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Zrinka Užbinec: “Exploded Goo” (HR)

19:30, theatre performance @ Delta Lab, Ivex (Delta 5)
▪ admission fee: 30 HRK
▪ duration: 45 min
▪ the performance is in English

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Nataša Antulov & Aleksandra Stojaković Olenjuk: “An Event That Changes Everything” (HR)

21:00, theatre performance @ Local Board Kozala (Volčićev trg 2) !PREMIERE!
▪ admission fee: 30 HRK
▪ duration: 180 min
▪ the performance is in English

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Zoom Festival BIS: Maika (HR, MN, RS) + Kasja (Rijeka)

▫ concert @ Omladinski Kulturni Centar Palach (Kružna 8)
▪ door: 20:00
▪ Kasja: 21:00
▪ MAiKA: 23:00

▫ admission fee: 30 HRK

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Sunday, 27/ 10/ 2019

 

God’s Entertainment: “Under The Carpet” (AT)

19:00, installation @ Filodrammatica Gallery (Korzo 28/1)
free admission / on view until 29th October

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Viktor Černicky: “PLI” (CZ)

19:30, theatre performance @ Filodrammatica (velika dvorana, Korzo 28/1)
▪ admission fee: 30 HRK
▪ duration: 40 min
▪ the performance is in English

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Nataša Antulov & Aleksandra Stojaković Olenjuk: “An Event That Changes Everything” (HR)

21:00, theatre performance @ Local Board Kozala (Volčićev trg 2)
▪ admission fee: 30 HRK
▪ duration: 180 min
▪ the performance is in English

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Monday, 28/ 10/ 2019

 

God’s Entertainment: “Under The Carpet” (AT)

19:00, installation opening @ Filodrammatica Gallery (Korzo 28/1)
free admission / on view until 29th October

MORE

 
Hodworks: “Grace” (HU)

19:30, theatre performance @ Hrvatski kulturni dom na Sušaku (Strossmayerova 1)
▪ admission fee: 30 HRK
▪ duration: 72 min
▪ the performance is in English

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Tuesday, 29/ 10/ 2019

 

God’s Entertainment: “Under The Carpet” (AT)

19:00, installation opening @ Filodrammatica Gallery (Korzo 28/1)
free admission / on view until 29th October

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Janez Janša & Iztok Kovač: “Falcon!” (SI)

19:30, theatre performance @ Filodrammatica (large hall, Korzo 28/1)
▪ admission fee: 30 HRK
▪ duration: 60 min
▪ the performance is in English

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  additional program
 

Bush HartshornGiving and receiving artistic feedback – WORKSHOP

▫ 24  26 October 2019 (from 10:00 to 16:30)
▪ Omladinski kulturni centar Palach, Kružna 8
participation is free
▪ application required, e-mail to info@drugo-more.hr

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PERFORMANCES

 

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Under The Carpet

God’s Entertainment

Wednesday, 23/ 10/ 2019.
    18:00 –
performance, Titov Trg (Kont)
    19:00 – installation opening, Filodrammatica Gallery (Korzo 28/1)
 
Thursday 24/ 10 Tuesday 29/ 10/ 2019
    from 17:00 to 20:00 – installation, Filodrammatica Gallery (Korzo 28/1)
 
free admission


Zoom Festival 2019

The performance and artistic installation Under The Carpet exposes the coverup of different facts pertaining to the political, cultural, social, and media landscape within and outside of Croatia, facts that should be of concern to society, all in accordance with the phrase: to sweep (something) under the rug.

A new tapestry has been woven at the loom and the motif is Lijepa naša (Our Beauty – reference to Croatia). It does not want to acknowledge the blood on her hands, instead duly sweeping the topic under the rug. Therefore, in the name of the family, the Croatian rug is still being woven, either new or old style, to cover up the historical controversies and everything else that is hidden using the Croatian coat of arms as a guise.

We are witnesses to societal changes and corruption in favour of the strong, to the isolation and discrimination of minorities, to historical revisionism and the hatred towards those perceived as “others” or “different”. In other words, we are witnesses to the increase in morally disoriented events in the Republic of Croatia. And all in the name of the family! However, so as not to endanger the sovereignty of our nation with our testimonies or, like Saint Peter, fail our fatherland, we sweep everything under the rug knowing that our immune system is guarding us since we luckily have the proper “blood cells”. We are also witnesses to the fact that the Croatian people seemingly do not hate those who commit evil, nor the evil itself, as much as those who expose the evil.

Those of us who expose it in one way or the other open up space for discussions, connect radical topics with radical visuality, not claiming to have solutions regarding contemporary Croatian fascism nor hiding behind anonymous or private comments tainted with hatred on social networks, instead raising the rug and exposing what others are reluctant to do. Come and see for yourself!

God’s Entertainment is an art collective active in Vienna. Through their work they emphasize the latest social topics while subjecting them to a performative process of investigation. Their performances are marked by intensity, participation of the audience and a rich visual language stemming from popular culture and the media.

http://www.gods-entertainment.org


 

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Rapture and Rage: Studies in the authoritarian character

LIGNA & Informbureau

TWO PERFORMANCES:
 
Thursday, 24/ 10/ 2019
    18:30 (+ talk with Igor Bezinović & Ivan Cerovac, 20:00, free admission)
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Friday, 25/ 10/ 2019
    18:30
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Hrvatski kulturni dom na Sušaku (Strossmayerova 1)

– admission fee: 30,00 HRK
– the performance is in English

 

In Europe and all over the world, authoritarian movements, parties and governments are on the rise, promising national rebirth in an allegedly corrupt world by the total submission of the individual to the power of a homogeneous collective. Authors ask, why this submission – the initial movement towards fascism – is so appealing and even a source of pleasure, why authoritarian leadership seems to appear as a solution in moments of crisis and finally, what kind of societal relations and situations must be shaped to counter this fascination.

The performance is presented to the audience, which is equipped with headphones, as a series as studies, in which they themselves are the only ones who are acting. 

The point of departure and constantly recurring historical narrative of the piece is the primal scene of aestheticised, fascist order in Europe: The reign of the Italian national poet D`Annunzio over Rijeka – then called Fiume – which celebrates this year its 100th anniversary. By many regarded as a sheer anecdote of history, it still casts an uncanny shadow into the present age, which, as the piece claims, needs to be analyzed and understood in a time of a resurgence of authoritarianism.

You can buy the ticket (30 HRK) at mojekarte.hr website or at the place of performance one hour before the show.

>> About authors

LIGNA consists of the media and performance artists Ole Frahm, Michael Hüners and Torsten Michaelsen. Since 2002 they create temporary situations, that employ their audience as a collective of producers – an association that can produce  uncontrollable effects which challenge the regulation of a space. With the Bulgarian artist and producer Stephan Shtereff (Informbuerau) and the musician Emilian Gatsov they produced Secret Radio (2014), Rapture and Rage (2017) and Nonument (2019).

 

Production: LIGNA (Ole Frahm, Torsten Michaelsen, Michael Hueners), Informbureau (Stephan Shtereff/ Emilian Gatsov)

Duration: 80 min 

http://ligna.blogspot.com


 

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Impossible Dances

BADco.

Friday, 25/ 10/ 2019
    21:00 – dance performance
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Filodrammatica (velika dvorana, Korzo 28/1)

– admission fee: 30,00 HRK
– the performance is in English

 

These [compositions] are intentionally as difficult as I can make them, because I think we’re now surrounded by very serious problems in the society, and we tend to think that the situation is hopeless and that it’s just impossible to do something that will make everything turn out properly. So I think that this music, which is almost impossible, gives an instance of the practicality of the impossible.

John Cage

Impossible dances is a performative artwork that was initially created for the exhibition documenting the work of the US postdramatic theatre collective Goat Island and was premiered in May of 2019 at the Chicago Center for Culture. The work draws on the documentation and scores of the Impossible Dances sequence from Goat Island’s The Sea & Poison and John Cage’s notes to his Freeman Etudes.

In Impossible Dances authors explored the new ways of practising the impossible. The impossible emerges from the performative process of translation from choreography to choreography, from recording to movement, from poetry to performance. The impossible is necessary because, as we’re hurtling toward hothouse Earth, nothing is more urgent that the encounter of a myriad of impossibilities.

You can buy the ticket (30 HRK) at mojekarte.hr website or at the place of performance one hour before the show.

>> About authors

BADco. is a collaborative performance collective based in Zagreb, Croatia. The artistic core of the collective are Ivana Ivković, Ana Kreitmeyer, Tomislav Medak, Goran Sergej Pristaš, Nikolina Pristaš and Zrinka Užbinec. As a combination of three choreographers / dancers, two dramaturgs and one philosopher, plus the company’s production manager, since its beginning (2000), BADco. systematically focuses on the research of protocols of performing, presenting and observing by structuring its projects around diverse formal and perceptual relations and contexts.

Reconfiguring established relations between performance and audience, challenging perspectival givens and architectonics of performance, problematizing of communicational structures – all of that makes BADco. an internationally significant artistic phenomenon and one of the most differentiated performance experiences.

 

Direction: Goran Sergej Pristaš

Dramaturgy: Tomislav Medak

Choreography / Performance:  Nikolina Pristaš, Ana Kreitmeyer, Zrinka Užbinec, Marta Krešić

Video: Goat Island, “The Sea & Poison”

Production: Lovro Japundžić

Duration: 50 min

http://badco.hr/hr/home/


 

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Exploded Goo

Zrinka Užbinec

Saturday, 26/ 10/ 2019
    19:30 h – dance performance
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Delta Lab (Ivex, Delta 5)

– admission fee: 30,00 HRK
– the performance is in English

 

 

A kind warning – it is possible you will come and find a head looking at its own ass from afar, one big belly, a flashing pair of tiny eyes giving a dirty look, nails that don’t work anymore, a biting stingy lip that makes an annoying sound, a dance performed for the imaginary cat, and a robot leg kicking.

Exploded Goo is a choreography that tries to assemble a monster in real time. It is inspired by cut-outs in photomontages and made of exploded parts of the dance, movements, gestures, images and meanings. It is a personal wish to challenge a normative and linear perception of a dancer’s body on stage by reclaiming a monstrous one, a body of many, a body in-between.
Zrinka Užbinec explores a chimeric and montage-like perception of the dancing body, embracing interruptions and glitches in her own dance.

 

 

  

You can buy the ticket (30 HRK) at mojekarte.hr website or at the place of performance one hour before the show.

Zrinka Užbinec is a dancer and performer with interest in choreography. She is a member of performance collective BADco. from 2006., and has been one of the coordinators of Experimental Free Scene (ekscena), an independent organization established to promote contemporary dance and other forms of performing arts. Her work experience includes collaborations with many authors and groups, as well as co-authorships on several dance and performance related projects

  

Concept: Zrinka Užbinec

Choreography / Stage / Lights: Ida Daniel, Carlos Franke, Katarzyna Kania and Zrinka Užbinec

Sound: Aran Kleebaur

Performance: Zrinka Užbinec

Duration: 45 min


 

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An Event That Changes Everything

Nataša Antulov & Aleksandra Stojaković Olenjuk

TWO PERFORMANCES:
 
Saturday, 26/ 10/ 2019
    21:00 h – theatre performance, premiere
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Sunday, 27/ 10/ 2019
    21:00 h – theatre performance
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Local Board Kozala (Volčićev trg 2)
 
– admission fee: 30,00 HRK
– the performance is in Croatian

 

If we bring to our memory some recent experiences that we thought would change everything – the lifeless body of Aylan Kurdi lying in the sand of the Mediterranean coast, starving polar bears on a snowless surface, Madina Hussiny making faces into the camera – we will remember that we thought this experience will never leave us, and that because of these individual and collective experiences still unmovable will be moved.

An Event That Changes Everything is a performance and a public gathering in Local Board Kozala where we will spend some time together waiting for the Event That Changes Everything to happen. It will definitely happen at midnight. Let’s see how theatrical performance becomes a system in which time materializes itself in a way different from that which we can recognize in our everyday life.

Considering the rhythm, caesura, boredom, laziness, acceleration, emptying and filling of content, speculation and projection, language, multiplication and deletion of images, etc., it becomes interesting to see what is inherent to what we consider to be theatrical time and how it may differ from what determines the Time of our social conventions?

You can buy the ticket (30 HRK) at mojekarte.hr website or at the place of performance one hour before the show.

Antulov- Stojaković Olenjuk is a feminist performance collective formed in 2013. during the working process on project “Landings” (Drugo more). After working on a field of reproduction and care, they continued with theatre production: In 2019 they produced theatre play “Lolipop” (Croatian National Theatre Ivana pl. Zajca). “An event that changes everything” will be their third project.

Actors: Jelena Lopatić, Aleksandra Stojaković – Olenjuk, Nebojša Zelič, Ana Marija Brđanović, Edi Ćelić, Nataša Antulov

Procedures of landscape: Tanja Blašković

Soundscape: Marko Luka Zubčić, Marin Dlaka, Bruno Velčić, Andrej Kljun, Damjan Šporčić

Duration: approx. 3h


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PLI

Viktor Černicky

Sunday, 27/ 10/ 2019
    19:30 –
theatre performance
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Filodrammatica (large hall, Korzo 28/1)
 
– admission fee: 30,00 HRK

– the performance is in English

 

 PLI is a new project on the border line between dance, circus and performance by Viktor Černický. In this physical reflection of Leibniz’s philosophy a single performer throws himself in a labor for schizophrenic reconstruction of the Universe. Whether it is the architecture of space or design of our thoughts, PLI is confronting these fragile structures with endless human dynamics.

“In strictly limited space and with 22 conference chairs, baroque robustness is replaced with spatial modesty and material minimalism compensates the heavy accumulation of motives.”

You can buy the ticket (30 HRK) at mojekarte.hr website or at the place of performance one hour before the show.

 

Viktor Černický is a multidisciplinary artist exploring the thin lines between dance, physical theatre, visual performance and circus. Today, his interest lies in body as object / object as body research, which often becomes a ground for further creative work. As an interpreter he worked with Jaro Viňarský, Dominique Boivin and Cie Beau Geste or Cie Mossoux – Bonté among others. Together with Miřenka Čechová he created CREEP – A radical introvert’s diary, a solo presented at Czech Dance Platform 2018. 

 

Concept / Choreography / Performance: Viktor Černický

Light Design: Zuzana Režná

Dramaturgy: Lukáš Karásek

Technical realisation: Drahomír Stulír

Co-production: PONEC – Venue for Dance 

Durtion: 40 min


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Grace

Hodworks

Monday, 28/ 10/ 2019
    19:30 –
dance performance
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Hrvatski kulturni dom na Sušaku (Strossmayerova 1)

– admission fee: 30,00 HRK
– the performance is in English

 

 

“Where are our experiences and sensations legitimate? Many human feelings or states are “forbidden”, not allowed to be shown. Art can be an alibi for all this. On the altar of art you can do things that are forbidden in real life. Thus, art is a game, an alibi of freedom.”

The abstract dance of Adrienn Hód reached the theater of pronounced words, pronounced words. The precisely choreographed situations show up in an abstract glamorous revue. A norm-free ceremony, a communal confession with four open and naughty revue-girls showing their naked and raw personal  stories. 

magic of joy and pain,
a ritual bath in limelight,
rich and loud stories of passion,
a march towards ecstasy,
electro and classical burlesque

You can buy the ticket (30 HRK) at mojekarte.hr website or at the place of performance one hour before the show.

Hodworks was founded by choreographer Adrienn Hód in 2007. Besides permanent members, the Budapest-based international company works with artists invited from different fields of arts. Hodworks regroups sensible, proactive and forward-thinking creators having their own creative and concentrated working methods. They focus on the human body itself, liberated from any mediators, limits, sets or props.

Hodworks pieces, always taking a new and progressive direction, are a result of a long, creative body research based on improvisation, which appears in a strictly structured form on stage. Hód choreographies own a delicately developed, fine, high-quality language balancing between the exact and the very abstract representation. These pieces stimulate the audience’s spirit and senses and invite us doubting in the known and opening up towards the unknown. They do not compromise; they do not want to please.

 

Performers and co-creators: Emese Cuhorka, Jessica Simet, Marcio Canabarro, Ivan Björn Ekemark, Csaba Molnár, Imre Vass 

Dramaturgy: Ármin Szabó-Székely 

Glazba: Márk Bartha

Light: Miklós Mervel

Choreography: Adrienn Hód

Duration: 72 min 

http://hodworks.hu/en


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Sokol!

Iztok Kovač i Janez Janša

Tuesday, 29/ 10/ 2019
    19:30 h –
theatre performance
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Filodrammatica (large hall, Korzo 28/1)

– admission fee: 30,00 HRK
– the performance is in English

 

Choreographer Iztok Kovač, and director, theatre theoretician and performer Janez Janša, now, in their fifties, return to the cult solo performance by Kovač How I Caught a Falcon from 1991 – one of the performances of the new Slovenian contemporary dance that allowed it be integrated into the European context. After this performance Kovač founded the En-Knap, dance company and production organisation, and developed his own choreographic and dance language.

It is impossible to step into the same river twice, and they don’t even try. The original solo is just a frame for their contemporary ideas about art and ageing, and a basis for their honest testimony about human limits. Falcon! is a neverending struggle for perfection, for the effort to persist in movement and to never stop moving.

You can buy the ticket (30 HRK) at mojekarte.hr website or at the place of performance one hour before the show.

The choreographer, teacher and dancer Iztok Kovač in 1990s established the notion of the Slovene contemporary dance in the cultural space of Europe and beyond first with his international dance company En-Knap established in 1993, and later through EN-KNAP Productions. In addition to 34 own projects, artistic direction and pedagogical work, his opus includes also six dance films. For his work, Iztok Kovač has received prominent domestic and international awards.

Janez Janša is a writer, director, performer and researcher of contemporary arts. He has produced more than 25 independent scenic works for which he has received national and international awards. He also creates interdisciplinary and visual works, either  independently or in collaboration with Janez Janša and Janez Janša. His artistic production has a markedly socially critical and interdisciplinary note and is focused on questioning the status of art in society. Janša wrote a monograph on Belgian artist Jan Fabre (Repetition, Madness, Discipline – Gesamtkunstweerk Fabre), which has been translated into French, Dutch and Italian. He edited Maska, a journal for the performing arts between 1998 and 2006. He is the director of Maska, a Ljubljana-based organisation for publishing and artistic production. He is Associate Professor of Theater Directing at the Academy of Theater, Film, Radio and Television in Ljubljana.

 

Concept / Performers: Iztok Kovač, Janez Janša

Glas: Nada Vodušek

Guests in Videos: Jonathan Burrows, Julyen Hamilton, Mateja Rebolj, Renata Salecl

Co-producer: Maska Ljubljana

Production: En-Knap Productions

Duration: 60 min

Cover photo: Miha Fras


 

MUSIC PROGRAM

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Zoom Festival BIS: Maika (HR, MN, RS) + Kasja (Rijeka)

Saturday, 26/ 10/ 2019
    door: 20:00
    Kasja: 21:00
    MAiKA: 23:00


concert @ Omladinski kulturni centar Palach (Kružna 8)

– admission fee: 30,00 HRK
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The music project MAiKA is a new phenomenon on the local scene. Serbian/Croatian/Montenegrin band with its authentic combination of Balkan beats, hit melodies and furious energy at live performances, continues to delight not only the festival audience, but the foreign booking agencies as well!

This unusual band uses accordion, saxophone, trumpet and two female vocals combined with unrestrained rhythm and electronic effects. With its charm and wild energy, MAiKA will conquer every stage, win your heart, and make you dance till you fall off your feet!

As the only local band selected personally by famous GOGOL BORDELLO to follow them on their Eastern European tour, band MAiKA became one of most adored bands in Balkan region. By the end of the 2018 summer band MAiKA had two amazing shows at  spectacular BOOMTOWN fair and on request of new fans band remained in the UK and throw several spectacular shows.
 
https://themaika.com
 
https://maikaband.bandcamp.com/releases

 

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The task of warming you up and cooling you down will be given to a young DJ named Kasja and her dynamic dance sets!

Kasja is a girl who has in the past few months performed as a music selector in the clubs such as Život (Rijeka), Crkva (Rijeka) and Kotač (Pula), in the tunnels under Rijeka, and on a recent event organised by Rijeka 2020 in our beloved Hatera ex-paper factory, next to Elena Colombi and Dr. Rubenstein. She is still wandering through varios genre fields, focusing mostly on house, but with no fear of peeping into electro, genreless industrial depths.

Let’s listen to what she has to say this time!

 

You can buy the ticket (30 HRK) at mojekarte.hr website or at the place of performance one hour before the show.


 

WORKSHOP

  

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Giving and receiving artistic feedback

Bush Hartshorn

24  26 October 2019. (Thursday – Saturday)
     from 10:00 to 16:30
 
Omladinski kulturni centar Palach, Kružna 8
 
– participation is free
– application required, e-mail to info@drugo-more.hr
– workshop is limited to 15 participants

 

As a great additon to the Festival programme, artist and dramaturge Bush Hartshorn will give a three day workshop on the subject of giving and receiving feedback, taking place in Omladinski kulturni centar Palach from 24th to 26th October. For artists and audiences. There will be an introduction to basic Non Violent Communication (NVC) and Neuro Linguistic Programming ( NLP) principles which can be applied in many scenarios both personal and professional. There will be Introduction and practice in one shared feedback methodology based on the Liz Lerman Critical Response. Time allowing, we may also examine and practice other methods.

Workshop increases awareness of the role of the feedback process in an artist’s development and some how’s and when’s to consider utilizing such practices. Other possible outcomes include;  With increased clarity can come increased confidence, sense of purpose, efficiency of action. Increased levels of a sense of responsibility are also noticed as a result; a legacy of a group of individuals who share a practice that they can then utilize at will.

Workshop participants will get a Zoom Festival 2019 festival ticket, which gives them an opportunity to watch for free all the shows in the programme! (the ticket is not valid for Zoom Festival BIS Concert)


*Workshop is organized in the framework of Refleks programme.

Bush Hartshorn has pursued a career as a community artist, dramaturge, performer, theater programmer and artistic director all around Europe through the past forty years. He is currently Head of Artist Development at Dance Base, Edinburgh and also Dance Director for Teatro Sardegna in Cagliari, Sardinia.  

 

 

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